Bully gets taught a lesson

Video: Would-be bully gets body slammed to sleep by fed-up student

A video that’s been seen nearly 100,000 times shows a victim of bullying getting back at his bully, reports Daily Mail.

The 26-second long video was posted to YouTube on Friday and has since accumulated close to 100,000 views. It’s unknown where the incident took place, but it looks to be somewhere in the U.S.

The video shows a crowd of high school students walking down the hall. An altercation breaks out between two of the students when one starts to heckle the other.

The boy doing the taunting walks in front of the other and suddenly punches him, but the one who was hit doesn’t let him get away with it. He picks his bully up off the ground and throws him down against the floor.

The teen on the ground lays unmoving while those surrounding the two start to yell things such as, “That’s what happens when you talk s***.”

It’s unknown if the teen sustained serious injuries.

This comes days after another video was released of a bullying incident that led to the suicide of an 8-year-old boy, as Crime Online recently reported. In this video, a boy is struck unconscious in a school bathroom. He lays there for minutes while students walk around him. Once child eventually gets help from an adult.

The incident ended with the child sustaining serious injuries, and he committed suicide days later.

The school did not inform the mother about the bullying incident. A spokesperson for the school said the child did not report the bullying incident, and that the school wasn’t aware of the incident until after the child committed suicide.

The child didn’t tell his mother about the bullying either.

The school eventually released the video of the incident with this statement.

“In an effort to be completely transparent, we are releasing the video that was reviewed as part of an investigation by the Cincinnati Police Department. As all are aware, no charges resulted from that investigation. We have uploaded the video, in its entirety, blurring our faces of the students who appear to protect their privacy.”

[Feature Photo: YouTube]